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 Syn free Ice lollys

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Tanny



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Join date : 2009-05-08
Location : West Yorkshire

PostSubject: Syn free Ice lollys   Sun 10 May 2009, 11:37

Made some of these today and they are delicious'ness itself and so easy too of course lol.

Pop the Mullerlight yogurt of your choice in a large bowl.
Take fresh fruit of your choice and chop into small pieces but DONT puree or else you will have to count the fruit as syns !
Add to the bowl and stir together well.

Carefully pour into your ice cream moulds and freeze until solid.

I used raspberry and cranberry yogurt with strawberries chopped into it and toffee yogurt with banana chopped into it but use whatever takes your fancy.
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